Virtually Exploring the Abyssal Plains
We’re exploring the deep ocean with students and teachers as they go to sea aboard the research vessel Kilo Moana. Even in this time of coronavirus, scientists and students continue their exploration of the abyssal plains, collecting some amazing organisms, and learning about the deep sea food web with the remotely operated vehicle (ROV) Luʻukai.
Join researchers, ROV technicians, Hawaiʻi students and teachers in the EPʻIK program, and undergraduates from across the continental U.S. as we explore the abyssal plains—virtually!
- Grade 3: Survival in the Open Ocean Habitat
- Activity: Eat or Be Eaten!
- Grades 6-12: The Oceanic Crust and Seafloor
- Activity: Sediment Cores
- Grades 6-12: Seafloor Features and Mapping the Seafloor
- Voice of the Sea episode: Strange Fish of The Deep
- Explore the ocean floor with NOAA’s educational resource collection
- University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology
- Earth Planets ʻIke Kuleana (EPʻIK) Hawaiʻi High School Program
- Earth Science on Volcanic Islands — Research Experience for Undergraduates
Explore the Deep-Sea Fish Ecology Lab
- University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Deep- Sea Animal Research Center
- University of Hawai’i Marine Center
- Volunteer to Go To Sea
Select a season of Voice of the Sea
Kanesa Seraphin, Ph.D.